The Seafood Nutrition Partnership is pleased to announce Nelson Griffin of Red Lobster® is joining its Board of Directors.
Simplify your mealtimes and spend more time enjoying dinner together with these four easy cooking tips for busy families.
Fish and shellfish are good options for busy nights. Most seafood can be cooked in 15 minutes or less.
The Fourth Annual State of the Science nutrition conference welcomes experts in seafood for human health, planetary health and economic health.
Eat Seafood America!, a rapid-response initiative aimed at helping Americans stay healthy during the COVID-19 crisis as well as help boost the U.S. seafood economy, has been successful in encouraging consumers to eat more fish and shellfish.
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found compelling evidence that seafood improves many measures of kids’ brain development.
Women should eat seafood before, during and after pregnancy, and beginning at 6 months of age complementary foods should prioritize seafood, according to DGAC Scientific Report
It’s Picnic Month! From the trees to the breeze, Seafood Nutrition Partnership offers recommendations to make picnics a fun way for families to soak up the sunshine while enjoying a delicious and nutritious meal together. “Picnics should be a prescription for health,” said registered dietitian nutritionist and TV host Annessa Chumbley. “They accomplish three amazing...
Buying seafood on a budget doesn’t need to be complicated. Utilize this guide to find the perfect seafood to satisfy your price point and diet.